Home Broadband

A broadband connection into the home is now almost a given’s more devices such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, PCs, smart TVs, heating, lighting and security devices are increasingly able to take advantage of an Internet connection for online gaming, remote operation or monitoring. A broadband router with increasingly powerful wireless capabilities is key to home and smart home connectivity.
The more devices you have in the home, it is worth considering connecting non portable devices by cables and greater wireless coverage and speed for portable devices.

Wireless BE (WiFi 7) Products

Wi-Fi 7 features will expand upon the innovation of Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E to not only enable faster speeds, but dramatically improve responsiveness and reliability for future usages that demand extreme consistency and precision. Wi-Fi 7 enables significantly faster speeds by packing more data into each transmission. 320 MHz channels are twice the size of previous Wi-Fi generations—which is somewhat like using a semi-truck to move boxes, compared to a moving van

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Home Mesh WiFi Broadband Routers & Accessories

A broadband connection into the home is now almost a given’s more devices such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, PCs, smart TVs, heating, lighting and security devices are increasingly able to take advantage of an Internet connection for online gaming, remote operation or monitoring. A broadband router with increasingly powerful wireless capabilities is key to home and smart home connectivity.

These routers are designed for the larger home where coverage from a standard router access point may be insufficient. Mesh access points work to create a more expansive coverage area by working together to reduce dead spots and create more consistent coverage. Overall speed, however will still be governed by the wireless standard the system is based on - either 802.11be (Wi-Fi 7), 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 / Wi-Fi 6E), 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) or 802.11n (Wi-Fi 4).

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Broadband Routers - Wired

A broadband connection into the home is now almost a given’s more devices such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, PCs, smart TVs, heating, lighting and security devices are increasingly able to take advantage of an Internet connection for online gaming, remote operation or monitoring.

These routers are designed for the more serious home user or small business where wired connectivity for non-portable devices is favoured over all devices taking up wireless bandwidth. For wireless devices a separate stand lone access point would be connected to the wired router.

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VDSL/ADSL Combi Broadband Routers

A broadband connection into the home is now almost a given’s more devices such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, PCs, smart TVs, heating, lighting and security devices are increasingly able to take advantage of an Internet connection for online gaming, remote operation or monitoring. A broadband router with increasingly powerful wireless capabilities is key to home and smart home connectivity.

These routers are designed for homes using an ADSL or VDSL connection (RJ12) rather than the more common RJ45 type connection. Any wireless performance will be governed by the wireless standard the router is based on - either 802.11be (Wi-Fi 7), 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 / Wi-Fi 6E), 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) or 802.11n (Wi-Fi 4).

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Network Cables - CAT-5

Network cables feature RJ45 connectors and are compatible with all common network enabled devices such as as PCs, workstations, servers, network switches and routers to create networks.

Cat-5 or Cat-5e (enhanced) cables can support up to 2.5GB/s throughput at 100MHz over a maximum distance of 100m.

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Access Points, Bridges

Wireless access points (WAPs) are standalone devices designed to be connected to a wired router or plug socket in the case of HomePlug WAPs, to provide wireless access for portable devices such as laptops and smart phones. In the home access points are usually built in a broadband router, however in business separate access points are common as they offer flexibility of placement (often featuring PoE technology) and better coverage when multiple units are deployed.

These access points’ range and speeds will vary depending on the wireless standard they are based on - either 802.11be (Wi-Fi 7), 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 / Wi-Fi 6E), 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) or 802.11n (Wi-Fi 4).

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